On this episode of revAMPd, Brian talks with Billy Brimblecom Jr., the Executive Director of Steps of Faith Foundation and LAKA. Billy shares his inspirational story of defeating cancer and overcoming limb loss to not only reclaim his own life, but to also make a positive difference in the lives of others.
On this episode of revAMPd, host Brian Moser shares his own personal journey of becoming an amputee, the lessons he’s learned and how with faith and perseverance, anyone can overcome any obstacle they face in life.
On this episode of revAMPd Brian sits down with Korean War Veteran, amputee and handcycle enthusiast Tom Furnival to discuss Tom’s inspirational journey as an amputee and the choice he made to take his life back.
On this episode of revAMPd Brian sits down with amputee and motorcycle enthusiast Eric Powers to discuss Eric’s inspirational journey as an amputee and the choice he made to take his life back.
On this episode of revAMPd, Brian talks with Gold Medal winning Paralympic athletes and Amputee Walking School instructors Dennis Oehler and Todd Schaffhauser about their journey as amputees, winning gold on the biggest stage in the world and the life changing work and mission of the Amputee Walking School.
On this episode of revAMPd, Brian talks with Paralympic athlete James Roberts about his journey from growing up on a NATO Base in Belgium to representing Great Britain on the world’s stage in the Paralympics.
On this episode of revAMPd the hosts of of The Knowbodies Podcast Will, Eric and Nick, sit down with Ed De La Torre, the President of De La Torre Orthotics and Prosthetics, Drew Buffat, the Director of Prosthetics, and Brian Moser, social media advisor, host of revAMPd podcast and below knee amputee to discuss “Walking Again Post Amputation.”
On this episode of revAMPd Brian sits down with Vince Leone and Steve Sherman from RUSH Foot to discuss the new RUSH Rogue, industry competition and more.
No Limits Weekend is an exclusive retreat to empower and support children and teens with limb loss or limb difference. Participants experience exciting outdoor activities and adventures on The Woodlands all accessible 52-acre campus.
March 3-5, 2017
Dates in Pittsburgh: January 24th and January 25th, 2017
Contact Pediatric Coordinator Heather @ 412 599 1117 for appointment and location information.
The Wood Cheneau Rigo (WCR) brace is a thermoplastic brace designed to treat scoliosis conservatively while taking into consideration that scoliosis is a three-dimensional deformity.
What you get with the WCR Brace.
The WCR brace involves a team of scoliosis professionals from around the world working on the patient’s classification of curve. The patient curve type is individually classified from the Classification of Rigo using the x-rays and clinical photos of each patient. Based on this classification, an individual brace design from the Classification of Rigo brace designs is selected for each patient. Dr. Manuel Rigo is personally consulted on WCR brace cases for verification of the patient’s curve type and scoliosis brace design when necessary. This is a multi-disciplinary approach using feedback from the patients prescribing MD and Schroth or Barcelona Scoliosis Physical Therapy School (BSPTS) physical therapist in combination with the orthotist’s skills. Subsequently, the measurements, x-rays, and clinical photos are used to design and fabricate a custom-made Wood Cheneau Rigo brace.
All stages of treatment (clinical photos in and out of brace, X-rays and team notes) are posted on a secure orthotic and prosthetic database (OPIE). We discuss the fittings, follow-up photos, and in-brace x-rays between the MD, Schroth Therapist (PT) and orthotist, which optimizes the treatment and results.